- Digestive Disorders
- Chronic Fatigue
- Attention Deficit Disorder [ADD]
- Aching Joints
- Skin Disorders and more
The process of determining food sensitivities is as simple as a blood draw. The food sensitivity test screens for reactions to over 300 foods, chemicals and other substances associated with inflammation that are linked to chronic health problems.
Food sensitivity testing – The How To.
The process starts with a referral from a doctor, ANP, or a consultation with our nutrition counselor, Carolyn Burris. A simple blood test is performed and sent off for analysis. Results take approximately 3 weeks and come back on an easy-to-read, color-coded chart. You will meet with Carolyn to review the results and help you make a meal plan that incorporates the foods that are good for you and eliminates the ones that are making you sick. One nutritional consultation with Carolyn is complimentary after having food sensitivity testing.
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For more information about food sensitivities or to schedule an appointment, contact Forum Health Knoxville, 865-675-9355.